The Canadian PSC functions as the foundation for government employment in Canada offering job opportunities with the federal public service. In order to apply for a federal public service position you have to first visit the PSC jobs website. After creating an account you may apply and fill out an application for any job you like. If your application is selected for the job you applied for you will be contacted. You will be asked to complete different assessments depending on the job type and level.
The Public Service Commission provide assessment tests for governmental jobs. There are various categories in which the tests are categorized. There are tests for administrative support level, officer level, management level and other areas such as post-secondary Recruitment.
When applying for an administrative position, you will have to take an assessment test. There are various tests that are offered for administrative support level jobs. The following are some of the tests administered by the PSC: Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Test (GSPT), General Competency Test Level 1 (GCT1) and Office Skills Tests (OST). Preparing for these exams will help you successfully pass the exam.
There are many different officer level tests administered by the PSC. Each test measures different skills. Some of the skills that are measured is reasoning and judgement or general cognitive abilities. Below is a list of some of the officer level tests:
|General Administration Test (GAT-380)||General Competency Test: Level 2 (GCT2-314)|
|General Intelligence Test (GIT-310)||General Intelligence Test (GIT-320)|
|Public Service Entrance Exam 371||Public Service Entrance Exam – Test of Judgement 375|
|Public Service Entrance Exam – Test of Reasoning 373||Situational Judgment Test (SJT-318) *|
|Written Communication Proficiency Test (WCPT-351)||Written Communication Test (WCT-345)|
*The SJT has been replaced with the Public Service Entrance Exam - Test of Judgement 375.
The tests found on the management level measure skills that are required to be a successful manager. The tests also are geared toward those who are looking for a promotion as a supervisor. These tests include topics such as communication, teamwork, leadership, and thinking skills.
If you are interested in local public service careers can find job listings and vacancies on the individual province’s website. Local assessment methods for Canada public service hiring frequently consist of certain public service exams and an interview by a Selection Panel that determines whether the candidate possesses the required skills for the job.
The most essential step to a successful selection process and ultimately a career in Canadian Public Service is to practice and prepare for the exam. JobTestPrep offers you detailed information about the required Canadian public service exams. Fill out a subscription form to let us know which PSC Exams you are interested to we can help you prepare for the exam.
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